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Beef Stroganoff III

Beef Stroganoff III

Strips of chuck roast simmered with green onions and mushrooms, then flavored with mustard and a good Rhine wine make a delicious beef stroganoff.

Beef tenderloin with white wine sauce. Absolutely perfect! Served with roasted red potatoes and carrots, clean plates all around!

Beef Tenderloin with White Wine Sauce

Beef tenderloin with white wine sauce. Served with roasted red potatoes and carrots, clean plates all around!

#Beef Tips with Red Wine Sauce recipe with yellow onion and mushrooms over Egg Noodles

Beef Tips In Red Wine Sauce

Steak in Red wine sauce: Then serve over egg noodles, or vary recipe and experiment with stuff. "D"ebbie. Steak Tips with Red Wine Sauce

Lamb Fattoush | Tomatoes, cucumber, green pepper, and mint are tossed with torn and toasted pitas and topped with grilled butterflied leg of lamb for a delectable Middle Eastern salad. If you can't find a one-and-a-half-pound piece of leg of lamb, substitute lamb steaks and grill or broil them for about five minutes a side.

Lamb Fattoush

Tomatoes, cucumber, green pepper, and mint are tossed with torn and toasted pitas and topped with grilled butterflied leg of lamb for a delectable Mid.

Holiday Beef Brisket with Onions | Pairing Suggestion: The concentrated garlic, tomato and beef flavors in this rich dish require an equally intense red. Consider a spicy and aromatic Italian Barolo.

Brisket Recipes

When Bruce Aidells was growing up, his family's Hanukkah-Christmas celebration always meant brisket, and this was one of their favorite ways to prepar.

It would be hard to find a simpler meal than Mr. Claiborne’s hearty beef stew, which goes beautifully with buttered noodles and a stout glass of red wine. (Or, for the children, a glass of milk.) (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

Craig Claiborne's Beef Stew

Craig Claiborne's Beef Stew Recipe: It would be hard to find a simpler meal than Mr. Claiborne’s hearty beef stew, which goes beautifully with buttered noodles and a stout glass of red wine.

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